Friday, February 11, 2011

Quote(s) of the Day


"We are witnessing the birth of the new world order... and you want to call me crazy? Go to hell. Call me crazy all you want."

-- Glenn Beck during a 20-minute rant last night about how communists and Islamic extremists are joining forces to overthrow Western capitalism around the world


"Our current president came out of nowhere. Came out of nowhere. In fact, I’ll go a step further: the people that went to school with him, they don’t even know him. They never saw him. They don’t know who he is. It’s crazy. With no track record — and, I will tell you, he’s got nothing to criticize. He’s a wonderful guy, he’s a nice man, but there was no record. Nothing to criticize. He didn’t go in wars. He didn’t go in battles. He didn’t beat this one, that one, have enemies all over the place. Nobody knew who the hell he was. He’s now our president! He’s our president!"

-- Reality TV star Donald Trump speaking to a rabidly receptive audience at CPAC

Ladies and gentlemen, the once and future kings of modern right-wing thought.

Make no mistake, though -- these two clowns give the term neo-con a whole new meaning.

10 comments:

Denesteak said...

I have a friend at CPAC right now covering a story e-mailing me every two minutes with something crazy someone says. A brief sampling:

9.33am:"Bachmann knows how to get this crowd going. She used lines like "Hoo's your daddy!"... no charts though - i am a bit disappointed.

9.44 am: Oh man "we are the saudi arabia of unused energy" she just said that.

3.31 pm: The announcer just made a mistake and said please welcome tom cruise instead of ted cruise and the only people who laughed were the press

(Right around here, she said that Trump almost started a fight between Rand supporters and Trump supporters.)

4 pm: Paul is talking about ineptitute in government. His examples are pretty good. Plus he is likable without being an asshole to others [unlike Trump.]

5.15 pm: A lot of people are wearing cowboy hats

e said...

If I were a sane republican, I would be fairly angry that these are the types of people being held up as representatives for me. Luckily, I am not. Registered independent.

Anonymous said...

You can still be angry. I'm quite sure these people are the ones being held up as examples of Americans for the rest of the world.

Anonymous said...

BTW... still haven't seen a birth certificate.

Denesteak said...

Not sure if you are being sarcastic, but if you are not, here you go: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/washington/2008/06/obama-birth.html



If you are being sarcastic, then I say YEA! He could be from the planet XENU FOR ALL I KNOW!!

Narbe said...

I think one of the main reasons these guys all hate Obama is that he is an intelligent and successful young black man, who basically reminds them all of their own personal ineptitude. This goes especially towards all the guys who scream so much about it, probably because they're reminded that they're a bunch of moronic losers with small dicks.

NoxiousNan said...

I put on my robe and wizard hat.

Anonymous said...

Narbe is right. The Republican party is going through menopause or a mid-life crisis. Except, they are lucky enough to have it happen in their 70s.

drater said...

"He’s a wonderful guy, he’s a nice man, but there was no record. Nothing to criticize. He didn’t go in wars. He didn’t go in battles. "

Aside from the "wonderful guy" boilerplate, isn't that pretty much what Rather said about W before he got canned?

Anonymous said...

Is Beck talking about the revolution in Egypt?

Because, and stop me if I've got this wrong, but wasn't America founded on revolution as well? By the same FOUNDING FATHERS that he verbally masturbates to on his show?

Also, go to hell, Trump. And take your man-wigs with you.